Dra. Esther Huertas received her qualification as Agronomist Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and her B.S. (Food Science and Technology) and M.S. (Environmental Sciences) degrees from University of Barcelona. She has also received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from University of Barcelona. In her first appointment, Huertas served as researcher at University of Barcelona and followed her professional activity as an assistant professor at the University of Barcelona for three years.
She began to collaborate with AQU Catalunya as a student expert at TEEP II project and got a position at the Agency in 2006. Her work at AQU Catalunya is focused on the design of methodology for different programmes and, nowadays, she is actively involved on programme evaluation (ex-ante, follow-up and accreditation) and institutional evaluation (certification of implementation of internal quality assurance systems). She was also involved at IQAS design evaluation, Virtual programme, affiliated institutions evaluation and master’s degree programmes evaluation.
Huertas participates in different international groups as European Consortium for Accreditation and AUDIT network (non-formal group) and she has contributed to international seminars as ENQA Workshops, EQAF, etc.
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